Neurocognitive Testing

Neurocognitive Testing is an assessment procedure that utilizes scientifically validated, objective, and reliable computerized neuropsychological tests to evaluate the neurocognitive status of patients. The testing covers a range of mental processes from simple motor performance, attention, and memory, to executive functions. Age-standardized scoring of the assessment eliminates variability and rater bias. The assessment can be repeated over time to monitor progression of disease and/or response to treatment.

The neurocognitive testing platform we use is entirely computerized-based. Be sure that if your child needs glasses, that he/she brings them on the day of the test. Ensure that your child had a good night sleep the night before the examination.

If your child is on medications, be sure you know whether or not the medications are supposed to be given that day.

The entire testing should take around one hour. At the next visit, you will receive a comprehensive report detailing the findings of the test.